PMS REASONING

Posted: October 13, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Acne

Tiredness

Stress

Mood swings

Depression

Anxiety

Appetite change

Diarrhea, constipation even; worst symptom!

Then there’s the interesting part, swollen breasts. Personally, it’s fun experiencing my breasts feel somewhat heavy, I wouldn’t say swollen, just heavy and bigger, once for a couple of days, monthly. Different bra size, different choice of clothing. The uncomfortable part is where the pain is physical and as a result, hard to sleep face down, yet the brighter side is the relief of slowly taking off that bra at the end of the day. Goodness! Amazing feeling!!

Now, Hormonal Change… Intriguing. When emotions are heightened; stress, boredom, anxiety, depression, and even sexual/sensual appeal at it’s peak… Whoop! Every woman sure needs to control these urges. I had my menarche at 14. 10 ‘bloody’ years down the line, it’s fair to have learned how to control and deal with these symptoms so as to have healthy relationships and not slow down productivity.

This isn’t news. Every woman experiences Pree-MEN-strual symptoms a week or two before the ‘bloody’ cycle begins. Although this experience is necessary and typical in women between and in the late ages of 20 and 40, symptoms differ with every woman.

Men, please reason with us. We try, we really do.
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Comments
  1. gouendo says:

    I JUST LOVE THIS PIECE, GIRL, THE CONSTRUCTION BUILD UP. AWESOME

  2. Nii Mantse III says:

    As always, I love it! 😘

  3. bright says:

    expantiate on how sexual desire is heightened … errr … in you…

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